Nettle a treasure in our garden with many healing properties and benefits to our health such as:
- stimulation: Nettle stimulates the whole system,
- respiratory system: It has anti-inflammatory, analgesic and expectorant properties and can significantly help to relieve breathing difficulties and dissolve and clear excess mucus from the lungs,
- vitamins: It has vitamin C, which takes care of the absolute absorption of iron, vitamin A (a net of nettle contains 3 times the amount of vitamin A that our body needs on a daily basis), vitamin D along with the calcium contained The plant strengthens the teeth and bones and is an excellent source of vitamin K, which helps the bones, strengthens the heart and is useful in the prevention of cancer,
- hypertension: Nettle helps significantly to regulate blood pressure,
- renal insufficiency: It is particularly beneficial in those with renal insufficiency,
- anemia: It is the best drug for anemia because it contains too much iron,
- haemorrhage – Menstruation – Menopause: It is very beneficial to those women who have excessive menstruation,
- fluid retention – Weight loss: Nettle as a diuretic helps eliminate toxins, treat fluid retention and helps significantly in weight loss,
- allergies: It has been used for centuries to treat allergic symptoms especially of allergic rhinitis,
- skin: Used for the treatment of skin acne, warts and eczema,
- burn: It helps in the healing of burns,
- oral Infections: Daily gargles with nettle tea relieve and help to treat infections of the mouth and throat,
- hair: Nettle can improve the texture of dry and greasy hair.
*The information about the herbs’ origin and their healing effects, which Olivenflower provide to the consumer, are merely for instructive purposes, but it cannot substitute for the opinion of a doctor.